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Try changing the channel frequency on your router. You can usually do this by going into your routers configuration page and then seeing what channel it is set on.
On my router, when I had it set on channel 4 or 5 there was too many issues where it was not connecting. Was probably wireless spectrum interfering with the connection. Then I changed the channel to 11 and it connects all the time.
Optimal connection channels will vary from location to location so play around with them and see which one works for you.
(P.S your installlation Disc included with the router will help you get into the device configuration page)
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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